In Ruth Vanita's 'Memory of Light', a poignant romance between two courtesans unfolds in Nawabi-era Lucknow
Memory of Light emerges out of Ruth Vanita’s imagination of the pre-colonial world of courtesans and poets, and the ups and downs of the relationship between the two courtesans — Nafis bai and Chapla bai — unfolds against the backdrop of Nawabi-era of Lucknow.
Ayushmann Khurrana says he is surprised to see a reaction from the US President on his recent release Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan finds unlikely fan in Donald Trump, President calls film 'great' in a tweet
'Great!' Donald Trump wrote as he retweeted a post by British LGBT activist Peter Tatchell, who celebrated Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan with a 'Hurrah!'
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan movie review: Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer crosses a new frontier for LGBT+ portrayals by Bollywood
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan is funny, brave, smart and thoughtful, and director Hitesh Kewalya is a voice worth listening to
Ayushmann Khurrana on Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan: 'This film is targeted for the average Indian homophobe'
Ayushmann Khurrana explains why Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan has been designed as a family entertainer, aimed at penetrating the lowest common denominator.
Mexico tries to kick homophobic chant out of football with FIFA World Cup 2022 qualification under threat
Mexico is far from alone in struggling to deal with racist or homophobic insults shouted from the stands. But now, as a repeat offender, the country risks being banned from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Former Wallabies star Israel Folau says he would 'absolutely' repeat anti-gay post that led to his sacking
The controversial Instagram post by Israel Folau led to Super Rugby's record try-scorer, a born-again Christian, having his Aus$1 million-a-year (US$690,000) contract torn up in May.
'Apple pushed me towards homosexuality': Russian man files lawsuit against tech giant, claims it caused him moral harm
'Apple pushed me towards homosexuality through manipulation. The changes have caused me moral and mental harm,' the complaint said.
Rugby Australia claims former star Israel Folau agreed homophobic post breached rules and offered to apologise
Super Rugby's record try-scorer Israel Folau, who was on a Aus$1 million-a-year (US$690,000), four-year deal, was fired in May for posting on Instagram that 'hell awaits' gay people and others he considers sinners.
Players from both teams were escorted from the pitch in the 28th minute following repeated appeals to Nice fans to stop homophobic chants of "Marseille are a bunch of queers" and "Go f*** yourself, Ligue 1".
Karan Johar in an interview said that initially the trolling used to make him angry, but now it amuses him.
Australian Christian Lobby has taken over Israel Folau's fundraising attempt after his GoFundMe page was brought down. At the time of writing, over Aus$ 1 million had been raised against the target of Aus$ 3 million.
Israel Folau, a devout Christian, was fired after a Rugby Australia tribunal found him guilty of 'high-level' misconduct for posting on social media that 'hell awaits' gay people and others he considers sinners
Brazil Supreme Court criminalises homophobia; votes 8 to 3 in favour of classifying it as crime similar to racism
Brazil's Supreme Court voted to criminalize homophobia, on Thursday, an important step for sexual minorities in one of the most dangerous countries for LGBTQ+ people in the world.
Police in London have arrested a fifth suspect on suspicion of punching two women on a bus because they are lesbians.
Former France captain Patrice Evra denies homophobia claims after social media spat with Paris Saint-Germain
Evra said, "I am not homophobic. I love everybody. So if I offend someone or I hurt someone, I already apologised. You have to be free for whatever you want to do in life, I will never judge anyone. Only God can judge me."
What Bohemian Rhapsody didn't show: Laughable response to HIV pandemic sealed Freddie Mercury's fate
Freddie Mercury, along with all the other men and women who tested positive for HIV in the 1980s, was a victim not just of a pandemic but of the failures of his own governments and of the scorn of his fellow citizens.
Former Wales rugby captain and LGBT rights champion Gareth Thomas assaulted in Cardiff in homophobic assault
Gareth Thomas, who played 100 times for Wales and captained the British and Irish Lions in two of his three appearances for the side, came out as gay in 2009 while still actively playing
NBA: Denver Nuggets' centre Nikola Jokic fined $25,000 for using offensive language, says Kiki VanDeWeghe
Footage of Nikola Jokic's post-game remarks after the Nuggets beat Bulls showed him using the slang phrase "no homo" during remarks made to reporters.
Dear straight people, your insensitivity in welcoming queers, and Section 377 being used as an “odious weapon” by the law to harass the LGBTQIA community could change right now.